Hispanics have bad news for Texas Democrats

The Libre Iniative:
As in other states with significant Hispanic populations, polling shows that Latinos in Texas are increasingly turning against the Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as Obamacare. According to the recent University of Texas poll, a majority of the state's Hispanic population now has an unfavorable view of the law - with a stunning 41 percent saying they have a "very unfavorable" opinion of this new system. Overall, Texans are deeply opposed to the law, with just about half saying their view is "very unfavorable."    
Among Hispanics, views of the law have worsened significantly during the enrollment period, and continue to trend negatively. In October, 46 percent of Texas Hispanics had an unfavorable view of the law, with 35 percent describing their views as "very unfavorable," according to the same poll. Earlier this month, a poll in Colorado found that 57% of Latinos in that state disapproved of the ACA. Nationally, a recent poll from PEW illustrated that Hispanics were split on the law, signaling a sharp drop in support since just late last year.    
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WOAI also notices the trend:
NO means NO in Spanish as well as in English, and that's what Hispanic Texans are saying about Obamacare, 1200 WOAI news reports.

The Obama Administration had been hoping that the Affordable Care Act would be a big selling point among Hispanic voters, but the free-market Hispanic advocacy group 'The LIBRE Initiative' says that's not the case.

According to a new University of Texas poll, a majority of Texas Hispanics have an 'unfavorable' view of Obamacare, with an amazing 41% saying their view is 'very unfavorable.'
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Hispanics are smarter than the Democrats give them credit for.  They can understand how they are being screwed by this law.  This is very bad news for Wendy Davis and other Texas Democrats.

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